20 Jun 2016

A4A : Members of A4A Donated …… (drumroll)

Catégorie: A4A
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Hi guys, I am EXTREMELY proud of everyone of you! In 24 hours, you guys raised $4,602! It is incredible. I then talked to Adam4Adam owner and asked him to double it up and he agreed to round it up at $10,000! Of course everyone at A4A was devastated by the tragedy, even more after receiving some messages from you guys telling us that some of the victims were members of A4A!

I contacted Orlando LGBT Center after seeing them on the news and talking about everything they were doing for the victims and families. I wanted A4A to help this small organization specifically. 100% of the money you guys donated + what A4A is donating will gee donated. We will even send them a check instead of using credit card or their GoFundMe page, to make sure no credit card fees or any charges are deducted from the amount we are donating.

Thanks to everyone who donated! Feel free to share the news on your Facebook timeline, I just posted the official announcement on our Facebook page so share it, like it and comment on it!


17 Jun 2016

A4A : June 18th, Make a Difference!

Catégorie: A4A
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Today, June 18th, we invite all Adam4Adam members to be generous and donate to Orlando LGBT Center, a community center that helps the victims of Orlando’s attacks and their families.

Simply click this link to be redirected to our VIP Access page and select $10, $25, $30 or $75 and then click the green button “Upgrade to VIP now”! Not only you will have access to our VIP features, but you will make a difference in your community. Another way to donate is to click the link from the mailer we just sent in your A4A mailbox.

100% of the sales of today, June 18th, will be donated. Please be generous guys!

Thanks very much


7 Jun 2016

A4A : Dave is Back + A4A News

Catégorie: A4A
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Hey guys, I hope you had a great weekend and beginning of week, I am finally back after a bit more than 2 weeks off in Spain and Greece. My trip was amazing, I had a lot of fun and also many long days lying by the ocean and doing nothing except eating, swimming and tanning. My skin is super dark even though I use solar cream all day long, I don’t even look white anymore, I look arabic/indian mix! Some Greek were talking to me in Greek thinking I was one of theirs, that was funny…

Now I’m back at work with lots of energy as we have many things coming up very shortly. Do you remember that few weeks ago I told you about a new design for the blog, well it is almost ready, I didn’t like the previous design that our team did last month, but this one will be fantastic, very modern and cool, you will be able to reply to comments submitted by other users and also new categories will be added like “Marriage”, “Equality”, “Homophobia” and more.

17 May 2016

A4A : Homophobia

Catégorie: A4A : Health
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Homophobia is an insidious phenomenon that often succeeds in taking hold in a subtle, discreet and often invisible ways. Nobody is immune from hostility and hurtful acts  directed towards homosexuals and homosexuality itself. Even we as homosexuals may adopt homophobic behaviors to shield ourselves from the hate and aggression that comes from homophobia.

The International Day Against Homophobia (IDAHO) strives to fight all forms of Homophobia. Large scale, world-wide efforts like this are needed, as 1.5 billion people globally still live under regimes which criminalize gay relationships.

14 May 2016

A4A : Stats Matters…

Catégorie: A4A : Gay Stuff
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Profiles are sometimes prepared on the basis that stats are telepathically known to surfers.  In reality, members may begin their mornings with a cup of coffee while looking to see who opened their profiles during the overnight hours. They may also wonder why surfers did not send messages. So, let’s consider why your stats are important.

1) For every physical type, size and age there are surfers who could be interested in YOU among the thousands on-line members. (Surfers may be from 18 to seniors in their eighties—yes 80s!) Your on-line stats can encourage them to contact you.

2) If their profile is appealing, YOU should initiate action even when a surfer has not sent a message.  A message not sent will not get a response.

3) Profiles of few words will often be ignored because they look spammy.